My All-in-One Baby Top pattern design has been so popular ~
and you all seem to love it and want it in bigger sizes too.
So here are the next 2 sizes ~
Age 1-3 & Age 4-6
Age 1-3 & Age 4-6
|All-in-One Sleeveless Top for a 1-3 year old girl|
|All-in-One Sleeveless Top for a 4-6 year old girl|
This pattern is temporarily unavailable -
I am re-writing it with the intention of adding a version with sleeves too.
The smaller sizes - small newborn, 0 - 3 months, 6 months, 9 - 12 months - are on this link ~
I am happy for you to use my patterns for your own use or for charity donations.
In addition: You can gift or sell any finished items you make from my patterns.
However, please do not copy my patterns
Copyright © 2014 ‘made by marianna’ All Rights Reserved
This pattern (the information and photos) may not be copied or reproduced
or republished on another webpage or website.
So pretty, Marianna!! Really great job. Thank you very much for the pattern!ReplyDelete
Weekend greetings, Nata
Beautiful. Girls will love these.ReplyDelete
This is SO CUTE, Marianna!!! I love how it looks both in pink and white. Thanks for writing the instructions :-) I want to knit one some dayReplyDelete
They are so sweet Marianna every little girl should have one. :)ReplyDelete
This is so cute, and I want to try to knit it. However, I don't know how much yarn is needed for both sizes. Please advise. Thanks!ReplyDelete
I used acrylic yarn bought in the UK and made in Turkey.
There is no yardage stated on this yarn - but I believe that on average 100g = around 200metres / yards
The pink top used almost all of a 100g ball - 96g - so you need around 200 yards
The bigger white top used 126g - so you need around 250 yards
Hope this helps! Happy Knitting. Marianna
Do I use circular needles or straight needles -new knitter, would love to try thisDelete
I have just started this for my friend's daughter, who turns 1 in August. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Hello those are beautiful. Can i ask what yfwd means :) thank youReplyDelete
yfwd means ' yarn forward' . In the UK this means that you wrap the yarn over the needle making an extra stitch.
You may know this as yarn over needle,
Hope this helps!
Agradeço a explicação e vou tentar para a minha netinha.
Such a WONDERFUL little sweater. Thank you SO much for making these available to us for growing little ones!ReplyDelete
I absolutely love these darling tops and have knit several of them already. Thanks for writing the patterns for larger sizes. You are extremely generous with your talent.ReplyDelete
I dont suppose there is a pattern for premature size please ?? Say 3lb ??ReplyDelete
I've gone over the pattern before making it and come upon a confusing row. "Row 5 Knit to last 3sts, yrn, k2tog, k1" I knit using American terms so this has me confused. I looked it up on Google and YouTube and every reference to it and every video had the "yrn" happening on the purl side of the garment. Everyone said "yrn" is only done on the purl side and YO or yarn over is done on the knit side. So you can see my confusion. Could you explain this for me? Thank you.ReplyDelete
Its just to make the button hole ..so it wouldn't really matter what side you made it. Usually its right for a girl and left for a boy ..hope that helps you,Delete
tres joli votre petit top
pouvez vous faire la traduction en français , car je ne comprends pas trop les termes du tricot
je vous remercie par avance
So in this case yrn can be replaced by yo. Correct?Delete
Your patterns are the best, all sizes, including your new "boys" long sleeve jersey, Thank you.ReplyDelete
I love this model. Thanks for share. I will try to knit...ReplyDelete
My daughter will be 3 in this September and am not sure should I use the pattern for 1-3 or 4-6ReplyDelete
I have just been knitting up this lovely cardigan for my little one. It is such a beautiful pattern. I was wondering if you would mind me using your patterns to sell what I make if I include a link to the patterns used so your still getting the credit for the design.
I totally understand if not.
Thank you for reading.
I think these patterns are wonderful ... any chance they could be modified for an adult, I want one !!! ;) xxxReplyDelete
Thank you so much. I am knitting this in Ice Yarns Maggic Glitz pink shades for a special little princess!ReplyDelete
Hi Marianna I wonder if you could help me please. I am part of a group who knit for a children Orphanage out in South Africa and we love your All-in-One Top and do this for the prem/newborn babies all the time. What I was wondering is if you could adapt your pattern to include sleeves. The sleeveless top is perfect for the summer months but the winter months get very very cold and having some sleeves would really help to keep the babies warm. I hope you can help. Many Thanks. ChrisReplyDelete
Hello Chris. I am delighted that you like my design.ReplyDelete
Others have asked for this too - and I am planning to include a version with sleeves in a couple of weeks.
Best Wishes and Happy Knitting. M
Hi, I just wanted to say Thank you so very much for this/these patterns! I made the smallest one yesterday and it is adorable! I'm getting ready to start the size 1-3 as we speak. I appreciate you doing this for us and hope to see more soon! :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for this cute pattern. How could I make the armholes larger on the one to three year old size?ReplyDelete
Started this today on circular needles. It is a lovely Pattern. I have emailed it to my mum and my friend who has twin grandchildren, girls. ThanksReplyDelete
Hi Mariana , I need help got stuck in knitting All in One sleeveless top. Where should I go or ask questions? Pls advise. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Hi, I want to know from where should I measure the top for 15 inches in Age 4-6 ? From shoulder or from top button strip? Plz advise. Thanks.ReplyDelete
just 1 question.. can you actually download the pattern rather than copy and paste which takes forever?ReplyDelete
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Thanks so much for sharing this pattern. It is adorable. I have made several sweaters and a hat in the smaller sizes but am now working on the largest (size 4-6) and cannot get the following to come out correctly. On row 45, I end up with 7 stitches, instead of 9. I've tried and tried but cannot get this to work out. Can you help?ReplyDelete
Row 44 K5, purl to last 5sts, k5 (41sts for front, 79sts for back, 41sts for front) 161sts
Row 45 K6, *(k4, m1) rep from * to last 9sts, k9 198sts
Row 46 K5, purl to last 5sts, k5
I get the same but as 1 front had 50 sts and the other 49 sts I just carried onDelete
This pattern is really great! Too bad it doesn't come in adult sizes. I think it looks really comfortable, too!ReplyDelete
Have knitted this several times and love it. Would love to knit the baby size in 4 ply, can anyone help with a pattern?ReplyDelete
Hello, I knitted this for my granddaughter and now my own ten year old daughter wants one too! I thought I saw this pattern rewritten up to age 10 somewhere but am starting to think that I dreamt it!ReplyDelete
Can anyone help me out?!
I'm knitting this in a tiny wee size but I'd love to knit it for my almost 7 year old but I have no idea how to make it bigger. Please help! She'd love it!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for these beautiful patterns ☺ I've just completed a small top and hat for my new grandchild expected in Jan '16. It looks lovely and I'm now attempting one for big sister aged 4yrs (not to leave her out)
I'm terminally ill and find knitting very relaxing and satisfying, I hope to start using your pattern for our local premature baby charity in the New Year, God willing, again thank you, you've given me a purpose and joy ☺
Thank you very much for sharing this beautiful pattern. I started making one this afternoon for my daughter and I love the easy to follow instructions and the fact that I don't have to size up or down with my needles and that it's knit all in one piece.ReplyDelete
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i'v seen what's the meaning of yfwd and have understood but what's the difference between yrn, yo and yfwd please ??ReplyDelete
thank you !!
Thank you so much for this adorable knitting pattern. I'm onto my second one without sleeves and next I want to knit one with sleeves. Can you tell me how you knitted the sleeves on a straight needle? The last time I knitted a baby's cardigan, top down, I had to use DPN's to finish the sleeves. Thank you again.ReplyDelete
Knitted the 1-3 size and am very happy with it but it is a little big for my one year old granddaughter. She is tiny so now knitting the 9-12 months size. Just love it. Did you ever get around to making the pattern with sleeves as I can't find it on your blog. Here's hoping?ReplyDelete
I did find the sleeve patterns for the smaller sizes but not 9-12 months or 1-3.Delete
I would also like this version with sleeves if possible. Live these tops, so easyto make xDelete
I so love this pattern for children. Any chance you will come out with a pattern for adult sizes? My adult Daughter and myself would love one. Thank you for all that you do <3ReplyDelete
This is the third one I've made I love themReplyDelete
How did you m1 ?Delete
Love this little top. Did you ever make a pattern for older children, age 7+? I could swear I once saw one for age 10-12, but can't find one. Thank you!ReplyDelete
M1 ,left or right?ReplyDelete
I have the same question. Great pattern so far! Thanks!Delete
Thank you very much for yr pattern! I like very much topdown knitting! Can you pls explain what is the symbol yrn?? Thank you in advance.ReplyDelete
I was struggling with that too. I assumed it was a yarn over and just used that...it looks cute so I'm going with it. I don't understand the difference between yfwd and yrn....so I just turned them all into YO's :)Delete
Yrn and yfwd mean yarn over (yo).Delete
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Thank you so much for taking the time to create and share your talent. Do you belong to "Ravelry"?ReplyDelete
How could I make this pattern to fit a size 10 girl???ReplyDelete
Beautiful patterns & photography! I love how you take care to use cute little hangers & cute little buttons for your designs. Also, like how you took the time to mark down the number stitches on Increase rows. Thank for for sharing your patterns with us & taking the time to create larger sizes.ReplyDelete
On size 1-3, I am having a problem getting the right amount of stitches. I k 34, cast off 33, k 63, cast off 33. At the end I have 35 stitches left to knit. At when I'm done, I have 133 stitches. 34 on the right front, 63 in the back, and 36 on the left front, because you have the 1 stitch from the cast off. What's wrong?ReplyDelete
I had same issue .I done it in this way.34 33 64 33 34Delete
first let me thank for our lovely pattern
in 1 to 3 yrs uu have mentioned work should measure 33cm that means total length of cardi or the repeated rows.i need ur help dear
Hello from New ZealandReplyDelete
Used unicorn coloured dyed NZ wool and looks lovely. Knitted the 1 to 3year old pattern. Worked a treat. For our cold winter nights makes a great vest for toddler over pjs. Thankyou love the quick easy pattern.
I love making this cardigan. I have made it all sizes. The smaller ones for my granddaughter who is due in September. And my 4year old granddaughter who wants it in every shade of pink!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing.
This is not the only one of your patterns I have used.